MID-ATLANTIC AIR MUSEUM
FLY-IN PILOT'S INFORMATION
RUNWAY/AIRFIELD INCURSIONS ARE A HOT ISSUE AT KRDG
PERSONS ARE PROHIBITED FROM WALKING ANYWHERE OUT ONTO THE AIRFIELD (AIRPORT OPERATING AREA) WITHOUT PERMISSION AND WITHOUT CONTINUOUS TWO-WAY RADIO CONTACT WITH THE FAA CONTROL TOWER. TO DO OTHERWISE RISKS CIVIL ACTION AND COULD RESULT IN A FINE OF UP TO $10,000 DOLLARS TO THE OFFENDER(S).
WHEN VISITING PLEASE CONFINE YOURSELF TO THE MUSEUM RAMP ONLY. YOU CANNOT WALK ACROSS THE AIRFIELD (GRASS AREAS) OR CROSS TAXIWAYS OR RUNWAYS FOR ANY REASON.
THE FOLLOWING SECTION IS AIMED AT NORMAL MUSEUM VISITS - NOT DURING WORLD WAR II WEEKEND
see this page for WW2 Weekend Fly-in Information
AIRCRAFT PARKING Pilots visiting the museum by air should request taxi to the museum, located on the North ramp of the airport. NOTE: If you park on the FBO ramp, immediately west of the museum ramp, you will be subject to a $10 ramp fee. Instead, for complimentary visitor's parking, park your plane directly in front of the blue-roofed Museum Hangar in the area marked in the diagram below...
READING REGIONAL AIRPORT- Carl A Spaatz Field (KRDG) -
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